Cover My Eyes - Marillion - Wembley Arena London, England 5 September 1992 (CD, Album)

The glimmerings of that sort of connection are there, but it would be a bit much to expect it to develop that quickly. Nonetheless, the lack of that chemistry is concerning, and I have to admit that Steve seems less sure of himself when dealing with the occasional pre-Clutching song - resembling someone doing Marillion karaoke half-heartedly, as a result of those songs being so dependent on Fish's particular delivery.

The next show finds the band at a rock festival in Cumbria, very shortly after the release of Holidays In Eden. This has undergone minor editing - there's one bit where H announces that they're going to play a song from Seasons End before the band launch into Warm Wet Circles from Clutching At Straws, and I've been able to confirm by checking set lists that Easter was supposed to be the song in question.

The show is sourced from a BBC radio recording of the concert, so the most likely explanation for the loss of Easter is that it wasn't available on the tapes provided by the Beeb the encores are missing for the same reason. That isn't the only issue with the recording - the mix feels a little off, with the drums managing to somehow simultaneously sound too thin and weedy but also too prominent in the mix.

Still, the show evidences a dramatic improvement in Hogarth's capabilities as frontman - no longer nervous or unsure of himself, he's much more willing to engage with banter with the audience, and indeed he seems to be in an ebullient and playful mood. Though the crowd give the Fish-era material a warmer welcome than the H-era stuff, I'll give them the benefit of the doubt and assume that this is just because they were more familiar with the old stuff - because the band do a great job of performing both a few well-selected old songs including a decent crack at Script For a Jester's Tear and the cream of Holidays In Eden and Seasons End.

The third show is a Wembley Arena appearance which, if I've worked it out right, has also been issued on Marillion's Front Row Club - though possibly this version is from a different audio source. It's , a year or so into the Holidays In Eden tour, and the band have had plenty of time to refine the material - the This Town triptych is improved with some interesting embellishments to The Rakes Progress, for instance, whilst Waiting to Happen is presented in a more energetic and emotionally desperate format.

This is another gig which takes a while to get going, but it's pretty enjoyable once it builds up momentum; the main issue with it is that there's still a large reliance on Fish-era stuff, and the band still at that point hadn't settled on its Hogarth-era course.

Still, there's hints of things to come embedded in here - for instance, before Waiting to Happen Steve Rothery plays a little acoustic guitar ditty which H hums along to, which Marillion fans will recognise as being an early version of Made Again from the forthcoming Brave.

Compared to the Wembley Arena show on the Early Stages box, it does feel like Marillion without Fish just don't feel much like an arena band - the H-era material feels a bit more introverted, more emotionally fragile, something suited to a more intimate context. The fourth show treats us to a show in Poland from the Brave tour. Sounds That Can't Be Made. Size Matters CD2. Size Matters CD1. Less Is More Live. Happiness Is Cologne CD2.

Happiness Is Cologne CD1. Happiness is the Road, Volume 1: Essence. Family Disc 2 CD2. Family Disc 1 CD1. Christmas The Jingle Book. Mirrors Disc 2 CD2. Popular Music Cd 2. Popular Music Cd 1. Merry XMas to our Flock Christmas Marbles Remastered CD2. Marbles Remastered CD1. Christmas Baubles. Marbles Disc 2 CD2. Marbles Disc 1 CD1. A Verry Barry Christmas. Anoraknophobia CD1. Anoraknophobia - Bonus Disc.

The Singles '' Lavender CD7. Is there a direct bus between London Eye and Wembley Stadium? Is there a direct train between London Eye and Wembley Stadium? How far is it from London Eye to Wembley Stadium? The distance between London Eye and Wembley Stadium is 8 miles. The road distance is How long does it take to get from London Eye to Wembley Stadium?

Where does the London Eye to Wembley Stadium bus arrive? Launch map view. Train operators. London Underground Interior. London Underground ticket machine.

Map of London Underground. Contact Details Phone Website tfl. London double decker bus. London single level bus. Garden Party 3. The Party 5. Hotel Hobbies 6. Easter 9. Incommunicado No One Can 2. Kayleigh 3. Lavender 4. Heart Of Lothian 5. Slainte Mhath 7. This Town 8. The Rakes Progress 9. Waiting To Happen The Uninvited Guest 4. Sugar Mice 5. Bridge 6. Living With The Big Lie 7. Runaway 8. Medley 9. Hard As Love The Hollow Man

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